Love (Foetus album)

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Love
Foetus Love.jpg
Studio album by Foetus
Released July 14, 2005
Recorded Self Immolation Studios, Brooklyn
Genre Industrial
Length 55:00
Label Ectopic Ents/Birdman
Producer J. G. Thirlwell
Foetus chronology
(not adam)
(2004)(not adam)2004
Love
(2005)
Damp
(2006)Damp2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Release 9/10 stars 6/3/2005
Prefix 8/10 stars 5/10/2005
Brainwashed (favorable) link
Pitchfork Media (6/10) 5/12/2005

Love is a Foetus album released on CD by Ectopic Ents/Birdman Records in 2005. Initial copies include a DVD disc with additional content. It features a dramatic shift in tone and style compared to previous Foetus releases, being more atmospheric and emotional in tone.

Love is Ectopic Ents #ECT ENTS 027.

Track listing[edit]

CD[edit]

All songs by J. G. Thirlwell

  1. "(Not Adam)" – 4:11
  2. "Mon Agonie Douce" – 3:29
  3. "Aladdin Reverse" – 7:30
  4. "Miracle" – 4:48
  5. "Don't Want Me Anymore" – 6:44
  6. "Blessed Evening" – 3:41
  7. "Pareidolia" – 6:01
  8. "Thrush" – 6:53
  9. "Time Marches On" – 3:07
  10. "How to Vibrate" – 8:31

DVD[edit]

Love: The Videos[edit]

Love: The Short Films[edit]

  • "How to Vibrate" (directed by Kurt Ralske)
  • "Mon Agonie Douce" (directed by Clément Tuffreau)

Extras[edit]

  • "I'll Meet You in Poland Baby" (taken from the Male DVD)
  • "Mary Magdalene" (performed by Rotoskop and featuring vocals by J. G. Thirlwell)
  • The Venture Bros. 5 trailers (score by J. G. Thirlwell)
  • A Foetus Life: A Documentary on J. G. Thirlwell 2 trailers (directed by Clément Tuffreau)
  • "Verklemmt" (directed by Alex Winter) ("hidden" title 17, not available via the menus)

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • J. G. Thirlwell – Production, composition, arrangements, recording, mixing, sleeve design
  • Scott Hull – Mastering
  • Heung-Heung Chin – Art direction

External links[edit]